Ghost The Musical Reviews
Description:Pop star Peter Andre and Caissie Levy (Molly) recreate the famous pottery scene to highlight the work of the BBC ... more
Ghost The Musical ... charity Children in Need. This unique project is giving renowned celebrities from the music sphere the chance to perform a hit song from a top show, to take place in September to help raise vital funds for children and young people here in the UK. Others taking part include Stacey Solomon (Wicked), Mel C (We Will Rock You) and the Sugababes (Mamma Mia!). Peter said earlier: "I was so impressed when I went to see GHOST the MUSICAL. It was one of the best shows I've ever seen. So when I was approached by the BBC to get involved with Children in Need, I jumped at the chance. The cast are great so it'll be so much fun working with them and raising money for an amazing cause all at the same time."
Newest Review: ... no more about the plot. My lips are sealed. Cast Sharon D Clarke as Clarke Richard Fleeshman as Sam Caissie Levy as Molly Andrew Langtree The cast, from 13 January 2012 Siobhan Dillon as Molly Jensen Mark Evans as Sam Wheat Sharon D Clarke as Oda Mae Brown Andrew Langtree as Carl Bruner Ivan de Freitas as Willie Lopez Adebayo Bolaji as Subway Ghost Mark White as Hospital Ghost Lisa Davina ... more
Customer Ghost The Musical Reviews (3)
by - written on 12/06/13 (Very useful, 158 readings)
This London West End stage musical is a spectacle - well in the second half. Wow, what a buzz. But I better tell you something of the plot of 'Ghost' so that you know what I'm buzzing on about! Theatre I went to see this at the Piccadilly Theatre in London. I was in the Royal Circle (dress circle) and the view was of the whole stage without any pillars or posts. They are fantastic seats but now the very poorly rated 'Viva Forever' is currently being performed here. 'Ghost The Musical' is currently on tour and you can find details online for venue/performance times. History 'Ghost' started off as a film way back in 1990. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I went to see Ghost whilst in London for my birthday last year. The two musicals I really wanted to see were Wicked and the Wizard of Oz but my mum had booked for us to see Ghost because she really wanted to see it. I wasn't sure that I would like it originally because i'd never seen the film and the only ghost films i'd watch is Casper because he's a friendly ghost. We saw it on the third night of our stay having already seen the other two mentioned and in the end I actually enjoyed it more than the Wizard of Oz. Wicked was the best out of the three though! The story is about boyfriend and girlfriend Sam and Molly. On the way home one night they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
This brand new musical adaptation of the famous Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg film has recently premiered in London after a short preview run in Manchester. It is showing at the Piccadilly Theatre which is conveniently located just behind Piccadilly Circus, and is the theatre which most recently had Grease as its resident. It's a fairly pleasant medium sized theatre in the West End and the stall seat where I was sat offered good legroom and comfort. Now onto the show..... As I already said this is a musical adaptation of the 1990 romantic comedy, Ghost, in which a young and in love couple move into a new loft style apartment in the not so nice end of New ... Read the complete review
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